Joanna Krawczyk '06 won a $25,000 per year scholarship to Tulane Law School and will be practicing at Sullivan Stolier & Resor beginning this fall.
Taniecea Arceneaux, '05, is pursuing graduate studies at the Princeton University Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics.
Michael Juge graduated with a specialization in World Religions. He has completed his M.A. in Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Texas.
Alison Cernich, Ph.D., graduated from Loyola in 1997. She is currently the Director of Neuropsychology at the VA Maryland Health Care System. She is also an Assistant Professor of Neurology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Six years after his graduation from Loyola University New Orleans, Chemist Gregory R. Choppin '49 and three other chemists discovered chemical element 101, which they named Mendelevium.
Emily Drabek, a May'09 physics graduate, started working as a research assistant at Fermilab.
In June, English alumna Claire Keegan was awarded the 2009 Davy Byrnes Irish Writing Award.
Since its first grants in 1989 the Clare Boothe Luce Program has become the single most significant source of private support for women in science, mathematics and engineering.
Dr. Michele Neumann Carroll completed a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Loyola University in 1992. After living in Mississippi, Dr. Neumann returned to New Orleans where she functions as the Suicide Prevention Coordinator at the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System.
Florence Bourg is the author of "Where Two or Three Are Gathered: Christian Families as Domestic Churches" and writes book reviews for Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality.